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May 25 , 2015
Cause of Death Uncertain in Glovertown Fatality
Glovertown RCMP Sgt. Larry Turner says just after daylight yesterday morning a man was found dead near his overturned ATV, however, it doesn't appear the machine struck anything.
Corvette Caught on Camera Doing Donuts on Kenmount Road
Several different videos have been posted online showing a red corvette exiting the parking lot of A&W on Kenmount Road, and spinning several times on the busy roadway.
Company Confirms Bomb Threat Received at Bull Arm
According to workers at the site, a note claiming that some sort of explosive device was on the GBS, came in at about 8 p.m. last night.
RNC Investigating Accident on Outer Ring Road
RNC say a gray GMC pickup was struck from behind by a gray Honda Civic in the eastbound lane between the Topsail Road and Thorburn Road exits.
Town of Badger Pitches in for Family after House Fire
When the Badger Volunteer Fire Department was called Saturday to a home on Sunset Drive in Badger, they arrived to a house fully engulfed, with flames already shooting from the roof.
Police Investigate Possible Break in at Newtown Elementary
RNC and the K-9 Unit were on the scene in Mount Pearl this morning as they investigated a possible break and enter at Newtown Elementary on Jackman Drive.
High Speed Drivers Keep RCMP Busy
Constable Mark McDonald says despite repeated warnings, some people refuse to obey posted speed limits and are getting big fines.
APEC Reports Low Oil and Iron Prices Mean Continued Slow Development
Spending in the Maritime provinces are up slightly, but down 9 per cent in this province. Weaker oil prices and the peak of activity at Hebron in 2014 are the reason for the decreases.
You Don't Have to be Driving to Get Charged with Impaired
The RNC say a novice driver was pulled over during a routine traffic stop near the Lab City Trailer Court Saturday morning when police learned the accompanying licensed driver was drunk.
Council of Canadians says MPRs Just the Tip of CETA Iceberg
Some of CETA's less publicized provisions will cost Newfoundland and Labrador millions of dollars a year, according to Ken Kavanagh of the Council of Canadians.
Timeline for Solid Waste Management Extended Another 5 Years
A province-wide network of transfer stations and waste recovery facilities should be ready by 2020, but the full-scale organic waste management program has now been extended to 2025 due to fiscal restraint.
New Guinness Record for Painting of St. John's Row Houses Set...in Australia
Over the weekend, Adelaide Australia-based company Jellybeanstreet set a new world record for a painting featuring a St. John's style jellybean row house scene.
Yacht Docked in St. John's One of the Most Expensive in the World
The Kamalaya, a luxury yacht docked at St. John's Harbour is set to leave the harbour today or tomorrow.
Crews Hike to Signal Hill Brush Fire
It was a steep climb for fire crews when attempting to reach a brush fire in St. John's.
Suspected Impaired Driving Accident Not What it Seemed
Police responded just after 10:30 last night to a call about a driver who had collided with several vehicles in the Leslie Street area of St. John's.
City Hybrids Perform Well But Council Wants More Info
The city of St. John's says it doesn't have enough data to adequately compare the cost effectiveness of hybrid vehicles.
Council to Vote on Rezoning for Largest Tim Hortons Drive-Thru in City
Council in St. John's will vote tonight to decide whether to rezone an area of Blackmarsh Road to make way for a commercial development featuring the largest Tim Hortons drive-thru in the city.
Cleary Says Fisheries Minister Playing Politics with Halibut Quotas
NDP MP Ryan Cleary says for Gail Shea to take this quota from west coast fisherman on the eve of an election to give to her own riding is ridiculous.
Crews Monitor Area After Robin Hood Bay Fire
A pile of shingles was to blame for a fire at Robin Hood Bay yesterday evening.
Vehicle Fire Spreads to Brush in Branch Before Being Snuffed
The fire on the side of the highway jumped to the surrounding land before fire crews arrived yesterday afternoon.
May 24 , 2015
CETA to Increase Cost of Prescription Drugs: Council of Canadians
Newfoundland and Labrador will be paying millions of dollars in increased costs for pharmaceutical drugs, according to Ken Kavanagh.
Teen Arrested for Two Separate Break and Enters in St. John's
Police say they were called to the scene of one incident shortly after 3 a.m.
Licence Suspended after Driver Caught Drinking in Supermarket Parking Lot
A 40-year-old man has had his vehicle impounded.
Man Charged after Attempted Robbery at Port aux Basques Hospital
The Charles LeGrow Hospital in Port aux Basques went on lockdown for a brief period yesterday after reports of an attempted armed robbery.
Badger Family of Four Homeless after Fire
The blaze broke out yesterday afternoon.



 
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